Yakader is serving up a lovely chicken biryani.
Now this is the the way to start your day. The prawn noodles from 545 Whampoa had a smooth broth with a nice prawn punch to it.
The general approach for travelers winging it in Singapore hawker centers is to just jump in the longest queue.
Picked up some porky nibbles at 551 Horai before my flight to Hong Kong.
An eggy pancake loaded with cabbage and in this case thinly sliced pork belly, prawns and octopus.
Enjoy the little private booth you sit in with the red light which made the whole experience feel a little seedy in a good way.
You may have to queue for a bit but the sushi is worth it.
Honke Owariya has been in business since 1465. It was originally opened as a confection shop but over time started with more offerings.
I knew there would be a wait but this might be the longest I have ever queued for soup.
The dinner set came with a bowl of spicy ramen, pork gyoza, cabbage slaw and a carafe of sake.
Nishiki Market has lots of edible things to enjoy: oysters, local pickles, candied, dried shellfish.
I had to put this on my list of bowls to gulp in Tokyo when I read about it's unique recipe.
I gorged on a small omakase that included uni and maguro - both being parts of a balanced breakfast.
I only made it to three restaurants because I was so full. But my gut's impossible expansion was an acceptable side effect given how delicious it all was.
I sampled a few Thai places while I was in Sydney and Siam I Am was definitely the one that stood out.